Hand & Wrist
Today's advanced treatments provide pain relief and restore mobility for hand and wrist injuries, usually on an outpatient basis.
With so many bones, ligaments, tendons and joints, injuries to the wrist and hand are common.
Hand and Wrist injuries can happen suddenly, as in a sports injury or use injury or from wear and tear from everyday activity. When injury occurs, the hand and wrist’s ability to function is disrupted, impacting the intricate workings of bones, muscles, ligaments and other structures. Today's advanced treatments provide pain relief and mobility usually on an outpatient basis.
Bone & Joint Center
Jessica talks about her experience with her hand after a fall due to a crack in the cement and some high heels.
Brian Paff, DO, hand and wrist specialist from Shoreline Orthopaedics, presents surgical and nonsurgical solutions for common hand and wrist problems.